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Open Tibia development started out with the development of the first and primary Open Tibia Server project [https://sourceforge.net/projects/otserv/|OTServ]. Later on [https://github.com/otland/forgottenserver TFS], a fork of OTServ, would replace it as the original community website for Open Tibia [[OTFans|OTFans.net]] was abandoned around 2007-2008 for [[OTLand|OTLand.net]] after long periods of DDoS attacks by OTLand who's been in charge of the development of TFS ever since.
 
Open Tibia development started out with the development of the first and primary Open Tibia Server project [https://sourceforge.net/projects/otserv/|OTServ]. Later on [https://github.com/otland/forgottenserver TFS], a fork of OTServ, would replace it as the original community website for Open Tibia [[OTFans|OTFans.net]] was abandoned around 2007-2008 for [[OTLand|OTLand.net]] after long periods of DDoS attacks by OTLand who's been in charge of the development of TFS ever since.
   
Since then a lot of different alternative servers and software has been developed, though TFS is still the most popular server software in use to this day.
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Since then a lot of alternative servers and software has been developed, though TFS is still the most popular server software in use to this day.
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 11:51, 2 April 2021

Open Tibia is an open source form or alternative of the proprietary and commercial game Tibia by Cipsoft.

Open Tibia development started out with the development of the first and primary Open Tibia Server project [1]. Later on TFS, a fork of OTServ, would replace it as the original community website for Open Tibia OTFans.net was abandoned around 2007-2008 for OTLand.net after long periods of DDoS attacks by OTLand who's been in charge of the development of TFS ever since.

Since then a lot of alternative servers and software has been developed, though TFS is still the most popular server software in use to this day.

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